Construction

Lewis Proposal Aims to Lower Cost of Building Supportive Housing

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In December, Councilmember Andrew Lewis introduced legislation that could make it cheaper, easier, and faster to build permanent supportive housing (PSH) in the City...

West Seattle Bridge Cost-Benefit Analysis Leaves Lingering Questions

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On October 20th, the Seattle Department of Transportation released the WSP-conducted Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) for the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Safety Project, and a...

Sunday Video: What The Global Skyscraper Boom Really Means

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https://youtu.be/ZfYkd6_Kdno Is there any credence to the skyscraper index in forecasting economic downturns? Bloomberg Citylab explores this debated theory.

Lynnwood Light Rail Construction Ramps Up, Temporarily Closing Trails

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As soon as September 14th, Sound Transit construction in Lynnwood will temporarily close two trails: the Interurban Trail and Scriber Creek Trail. The closure will...

Apartment Production in Seattle On Track to Decline Sharply in 2020

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Construction of new apartments has reached a five-year low in Seattle, according to data compiled by RentCafe. While it makes sense that construction would...

City Will Start Emergency Dismantling of Pier 58 within Two Weeks

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Impatient for "The Big One," Pier 58 decided to follow the West Seattle Bridge's lead and started slipping in to the sound. Seattle Parks...

Midweek Video: East Link’s Bellevue Tunnel Is Complete

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https://vimeo.com/444591434 Take a gander at the progress of Sound Transit’s new Bellevue light rail tunnel and downtown station opening in 2023 as part of East...

Green Lake Community Center Options Narrowed to Three at Current Site

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Seattle Parks and Recreation's online open house has returned for the Green Lake Community Center/Pool redevelopment project, including the results of the previous open house. The selected...